DEARBORN, Mich. - More than 200 activists gathered in Dearborn Saturday for civil disobedience training.
Hundreds gathered at the UAW 600 Hall ahead of next week's protests at the State Capitol over right-to-work legislation that's set to pass the State Legislature.
Organizers say next week's protests will be peaceful but they want to make sure their voices are heard, as lawmakers prepare to vote on the controversial legislation.
Lawmakers can vote as early as Tuesday and the Governor says he will sign it if the legislation makes its way to his desk.
To see the training the activists went through Saturday, click on the video above.
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